Emily Ratajkowski doesn’t ‘give a f—k’ what you think of her skimpy outfits

Emily Ratajkowski is firing back at critics who have come for her skimpy outfits.

Sitting down with Glamour UK for a new interview, the 32-year-old model and businesswoman revealed that she’s reached a point in life where she now cares “a whole lot less what people think,” especially when it comes to her fashion choices.

“So, if I am in a certain type of mood where I want to post something or wear something that I could be judged for because it’s, quote-unquote ‘desperate,’ I’m a little bit like, ‘Well, that’s where I’m at’,” she tells the publication.

Ratajkowski adds that she’s learned to put “own happiness” first as she’s gotten older, and has “bigger fish to fry than caring about the politics of whether or not I’m appealing to the male gaze in a given moment.”

She revealed she cares “a whole lot less what people think” as she’s gotten older, especially when it comes to her outfits. Agata Serge for GLAMOUR UK
Ratajkowski is no stranger to rocking revealing looks. Christopher Peterson / SplashNews.com

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The “My Body” author is known for regularly rocking revealing looks, whether it’s a winter crop top for a casual day out, see-through dresses that showcase her bra or Y2K-inspired cutout.

Still, she insists she’s just living her life, and not worried about others’ opinions.

“I guess where I am is a little bit of a true liberation, in a personal sense, in the way that I just don’t really give a f—k,” she says.

However, she tells Glamour UK she has “bigger fish to fry than caring about the politics of whether or not I’m appealing to the male gaze in a given moment.” Emily Ratajkowski / Instagram
Recently the “My Body” author posted photos in a low-cut black dress. Emily Ratajkowski / Instagram
She wrote in the caption that she was leaning into “bimbo allegations” with the look. Emily Ratajkowski / Instagram

Despite her carefree attitude, elsewhere in the same interview, the “Gone Girl” actress says she is secretly self-conscious, confessing that she’s “so afraid of people not taking her seriously.”

She also said she would advise women and girls to “stop torturing” themselves — though admits that “I still kind of do, about everything; about the days that I don’t look great or I’m not dressed sexy or when I am dressed sexy, and it’s just constant.”

Earlier this week, she took to Instagram to share a photo of herself in a low-cut black dress, seemingly channeling her less insecure side.

“Decided i’m never beating the bimbo allegations so why not lean in, you know?” she captioned the post.